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Re: Reverse engineering on KiCad
It also could be useful at the moment we're able to create pcb import
plugins from other suites. This would allow us to recreate the schematic
too (even without the plugin to import the schematic).
My 2 cents.
2012/3/14 Martijn Kuipers <martijn.kuipers@xxxxxxxxx>
> On Mar 14, 2012, at 2:37 PM, Solonen Vesa wrote:
> > Some forgotten details:
> > Original thread  and some more . Regarding linking problems
> mentioned on  they are solved by taking WxWidgets cmake modules from the
> current branch. Namely 'UsewxWidgets.cmake' and 'FindwxWidgets.cmake'. By
> these changes everything builds and links nicely on a modern multilib (64b)
> Linux. And runs too it seems.
> > Do any of the main developers have any objections for implementing
> backgroung image support for Pcbnew along the lines of Clive's design? I
> may take a look for a task of porting that functionality to the current
> branch, but would like to make it a import menu function.
> > Best regards,
> > -Vesa
> > 
> > 
> Upfront: regular user who uses recent KiCad versions, not one of the main
> I think this would be a great item to have. In the past I have had some
> broken "gadgets" to fix, for which I obviously did not have a schematic.
> Although it can be done by hand (which is what I do), this feature would
> greatly reduce the time needed to create a schematic (and get an idea where
> to start looking for broken parts).
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